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Mriya Aid is a network of experts dedicated to helping Ukraine defend itself against Russia’s unprovoked war of aggression. Mriya Aid secures and sends medical supplies, non-lethal military equipment, and humanitarian aid to the frontlines where it’s desperately needed now.

Our team feels a deep connection to Ukraine, and our friends and family are now engaged in this fight. Mriya Aid leverages our network of experts in logistics, contracting, procurement, human resources, and fundraising to secure and transport aid to our boots on the ground on Ukraine’s border in Poland, Romania, and Slovakia for onward distribution so that Ukraine can defend itself and stop the humanitarian crisis.

Our Vision

Mriya Aid is focused on the three critical areas of support: medical supplies, non-lethal military equipment, and assistance to displaced persons. Mriya Aid’s robust supply-chain and logistics infrastructure enables us to deliver the aid that our partners in Ukraine have identified as critical needs. All funds donated will go towards purchasing and shipping the aid – none will be spent on overhead or administrative costs. We are designated as a Not-For-Profit organization, in Ontario Canada. Integrity is the backbone of our organization, and our commitment to it is uncompromising.

Team Mriya Aid

Though we prefer to celebrate and highlight those in the arena, Mriya Aid would not be possible without the help from these individuals:


Lesya Granger, Chairperson

An education specialist, an applied linguistics researcher (M.A., MA Ed.), and a retired Ontario Ministry of Education International and Indigenous Languages Program Manager, Lesya continues to enjoy connecting with minority language educators through professional associations and research networks that put plurilingualism, diversity, and intercultural understanding into action. Since February 2022, Lesya has devoted 100% of her time and effort towards supporting professional Ukrainian women and volunteering with Mriya Aid.


Lubomyr Chabursky, Secretary

Lubomyr Chabursky, LL.B., LL.M.,MBA, is a Senior Director in DisputeSoft's IT Project Failure practice. As litigation attorney at the Department of Justice (1992-2002), Lubomyr managed the largest systems development lawsuit in Canada. Since 2003, has worked as an IT litigation consultant and testifying expert. His connection with Ukraine stems from speaking tours and mentoring at Ukrainian universities and academies.


Mark Paine, Board Member

A former Artillery Officer with the Royal Canadian Artillery and retired Civil Servant after 32 years of dedicated service across Defence, Treasury Board and Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Canada, Mark brings a wealth of planning knowledge and experience to the team. He is a subject matter expert, MPA(M), in Integrated Planning and Strategic Performance Management, and is passionate about applying these skills to promote community development and is also active in supporting First Nations communities.


Alexander Bakus, Board Member

Executive serving the software as a service technology industry. Active Ukrainian Canadian community leader and volunteer. Boots For Ukraine - Mary's Arch - Founder. Fundraising, manufacture, and delivery of 700 pairs of Boots for 128th Separate Mountain Zakarpattia Brigade in 2014 conflict at the Donbas.

+ over 60 other volunteers with decades of experience.